I’m happy to present to you the latest funky, funky EP, “Bez alboma”/“Unalbumed”, by Russian band Vpopolam… a tight little selection of mostly instrumentals and a couple interesting vocal tracks featuring samples from the ccMixter archives.Thanks once again to the guys of Vpopolam for the fresh sounds!As you know, we strive, to keep things interesting here… although we release DOPE hip-hop, we like to release DOPE music of all kinds. Quality is always the key.Of course, thanks... Topics: blocsonic, maxbloc, vpopolam, funk, rock, Russia, flac, mp3, ogg
Here we are with the second in our Xtended Edition series. XE releases are meant to give albums, that were originally released on defunct labels or independently, a second chance at getting much deserved shine. Each XE release is packed with the original album, features fresh art and contains at least a bonus disc of exclusive goodies — remixes, outtakes, new tracks & demos. This XE is one very deep set! Coming in at 68 tracks… 3 hours, 9 minutes and 47 seconds in length, there’s... Topics: blocsonic, xtended edition, tha silent partner, funk, soul, beats, vinyl, hip-hop
Well finally! We at blocSonic were finally able to give you another excellent release of free net audio. It'll prove to be worth the wait. It's truly an international collection that features talent from Brazil, Germany, United States, Scotland, Spain, Italy and Canada. On this collection you'll hear Plunderphonics, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Electronica, Pop, Rock, Ska. If you have a heartbeat, you're bound to find something you like. So go ahead... download it. If you dig any of it, don't hesitate to... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: rock, jazz, funk, ska, electronic, electronic, trip-hop, dub, electro, pop, hip-hop
As the internet has increasingly become part of all our lives, an intellectual shift has been occurring. As this shift progresses, more of us are seeing the need for less limitations in many areas. In the early years of this shift, an “open-source” software movement took hold and hasn’t abated. Further along, this idea of “open” content expanded to all types of media — visual, sonic, textual… you name it… Creative Commons licensing filled the need and continues to grow in... Topics: blocsonic, netbloc, flac, mp3, ogg, pop, hip-hop, rock, electronic, funk, soul
I want to first send out a heartfelt Happy New Year to you all! May 2010 be a year in which we all set the wheels in motion for a positive and happy decade. For blocSonic, our first year featuring original releases was a good one and it was the year that we began planning the good things to come in 2010. Let it be known that we have a few surprises in store for you! In the meantime here’s netBloc Vol. 26 for you. It’s our final 2009 release and a terrific addition to the series. It features... Topics: hip-hop, rock, post-punk, punk, trip-hop, dance, electro, electro-funk, pop, electro-pop, indie-pop
With this final maxBloc single for “Tha Complete Platters Sessions XE” we’ve got another stack of bonus gems for you — more unreleased tracks from the Platters sessions and a fantastic remix by Minneapolis electropunk artist Mach FoX. Check it! When you’re done with Starksy, if you haven’t already done so, grab the other single “P Pulsar” and “Tha Complete Platters Sessions XE”. Thanks again and remember… share it, blog it, podcast it. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: blocsonic, maxbloc, funk, soul, hip-hop, tha silent partner, mach fox, tsp, seti, k9, free, music,...
Tha Silent Partner made his first blocSonic appearance back in 2007 on “netBloc Vol. 11: The Raw And The Cooked” with the spaghetti-western flavored “No Mas”. He then re-appeared, along with Unknown aka Formula as MUTE, on “netBloc Vol. 15: this album won’t eat your gas money” with the powerful and soulful “Is It Too Late For Us All”. So, although he’s no stranger to blocSonic, everyone’s about to get very familiar with Tha Silent Partner and his fun, eclectic sound. This... Topics: blocsonic, maxbloc, hip-hop, funk, soul, tha silent partner
Volume 20 carries on the blocSonic tradition of presenting 10 internationally released netaudio gems. Rock, pop, electronic, jazz, trip-hop, dub and hip-hop are all brought together for your listening enjoyment. Thanks again for your continued dedication to blocSonic and our netBloc series. We truly hope we’ve helped broaden your musical palette even if only a little! Visit blocSonic.com for more info! ( 2 reviews ) Topics: blocsonic, netbloc, hip-hop, jazz, rock, funk, pop, indie-pop, electro-pop, trip-hop, IDM